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Posted: Thu Jan 09, 2014 4:31 pm   Post subject: HTML5 Moodle Published Course

Hi guys,
We created the course with iSpring Presenter 7 in the HTML5 format that has 2 quizzes - one is pre-test to test student's knowledge about the subject before taking the course, the other is post-test to get the score and the certificate.
We have our students as users in the Drupal 6 and thinking of integrating it with Moodle 2.6 for the purpose of course reporting, issuing certificates and email notifications (if course started but not finished).
So student will go to the course data type page in Drupal and will click on the link that will automatically log user into Moodle and redirect browser to the 1st slide.
I tried publishing course into Moodle but can't make it play in the new browser window without the whole Moodle interface around - it can only start from the frame (that takes about 1/2 of the screen) within Moodle's page.
Is it possible to run standalone HTML5 course that will somehow log students responses for the post-test quiz into Moodle. Or maybe there is a way to start Moodle published course in full browser window (not in the browser's Full Screen mode) by redirecting to the url. Or maybe to run standalone HTML5 course without post-test quiz and then redirect to Moodle for the post-test quiz only.
I'll continue to search for the parts of solution, but maybe someone already knows how to do this. Please help us to accomplish this task best possible way.

Thank you,
Gennady


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Posted: Fri Jan 10, 2014 12:12 pm   Post subject: Re: HTML5 Moodle Published Course

Dear Gennady,
Thank you for contacting us. Actually it's not possible to publish a course to play it in full screen, the browser menu will still be there. Is it really necessary for you to have it in full screen?


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